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at the pentagon. >> there was no rning of what was in front of us. or what was going to happen. >> firefighter alan wallace thinks about it. he was in charge of the pentagon and getting ready four george bush's arrival. when the jets hit the twin towers. they had no idea another plane was coming for them until heard that unmistakable sound. >> we're enveloped in a loud noise. and from the time we see it until it hits the building is half a second. the smoke is seen for miles.
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confirmed the target in d.c. >> we had a commercial airliner crash. >> he jumped into the action doing the best he could with the bare minimum. >> no helmet and in mask. the fire truck was disabled and called into the pentagon with a lantern. >> i heard a woman say hey and i ar to find her way out. >> if you can boost me in, we can get these people out. >> and so that's what we did. >> they rescued a dozen people from the one window. operations at the pentagon, they never seized ceased despite that.
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trapping people in and it was keeping enemies out. >> he doesn't think of himself as a hero. he said he was just doing his job. >> i can assure you, mark nor dennis or myself thought we were heroic. we were in a position to do something. they gave their all, to help as many people as they could, when they heard this scream of another jet. >> i heard look up. it was a fighter jet and a prayer answered. 184 perished at the pentagon that day. a day we'll never forget. that was kris pickel. >> victim's family members are trying to get a visitor's
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what happened. >> this visitor center would be important to show kind of what happened to our country and how our country responded. >> the group has raised $8 million out of the $25 million dollars they need. they hope to have the money by 2018 and have it completed by 2020. a ng memorial. volunteers plant thousands of flags at tempe beach park and carry the name of a person who died. there's a memorial ceremony tomorrow at 7 in to the evening and a candlelight vigil. >> there are other memorial events and they're on website and our news app. let's look at the weather. isolated storms well to the
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popping up and our temperature is warm. 103 and fairly calm. radar indicates where that activity has been, and that's too the south of lake roosevelt. they're going it stay over the mountains and to the north. we'll track them in a few minutes. the valley's first dolphin aquarium investigative reporter said where the aquarium is located is raising questions about who is going to be making sure that the dolphins are taken care of. >> five bottle nose dolphins call the desert home. >> they popped up and they ate fish and they have been doing well ever since.
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of the final stages of construction. >> soon, children will get the chance to swim with these intelligent mammals in the 900,000-gallon pools. >> we'll have school groups and young people inspired by these creatures. >> but not everyone is happy about the idea of dolphins in the deserts. >> in a way. they should be free. >> they argue dolphins are different because of their intelligence than other zoo animals. >> they're self aware. >> they look in the mirror and say that's me. >> she's been in dolphin activism for 17 years. >> we have stories of dolphins coming to the aid of swimmers in distress. >> so-called swim with the
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protesters across the country. the protesters here didn't have a chance to voice their concerns before the project was approved. >> the road blocks were there and it's been frustrating. >> no public hearings on zoning and no public input on land use. >> the reason it where the facility is located. >> not by on the maricopa indian community, a sovereign nation. >> we're regulated like all u.s. zoos. we're governed by the federal government. >> he said inspectors visited and it's located on tribal land, it has to be abiding by federal law and the u.s. animal welfare act. >> is that enough?
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never be enough. >> other states enacted stricter regulations. and south carolina has outlawed them. and because dolphin is locate on tribal land. any regulations don't apply here. >> we know, and it's a controversial project, the motive is profit, not dolphin first, it's profit first. >> from his perspective, he believes this will be good for the valley and the dolphins. >> i'm proud of that facility, it offers a lot for the residents and tourists and we're going to take great care of these animals. >> we did reach out to the indian community, but haven't gotten a response. still to come, we know
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new guideline sets stricter rules, what you need to know next. and we're guilty of the 5
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closecaptioning brought to you by express flooring. tonight, the american heart association is rolling out new strict guidelines regarding kids and sugar. they said kids ages 2-18 should not have more than 6 teaspoons
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a week. >> they'll crave more healthy foods as they eat healthy foods. >> doctors advise sticking to natural sugars like fruits and veggies and milk. >> and we know the devastation of dropping a piece of candy ground, it's called the 5 second rule. though. it's been false, researchers tested different foods on different surfaces. and they found that the food becomes contaminated right away with bacteria. sorry to be the bearer of bad news. carpet has the lowest contamination rates compared to tile and steel.
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galaxy phones, and the faa has
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paul babeu exposed in a damning home video. at a boarding school he used to run. widespread cases of physical and sexual abuse. students were also stripped down and forced to wear nothing but a sheet. indisputable evidence that congressional candidate supported the abusive practices and even bragged about them. they're there for a reason. because they're hopeless. because they're hopeless. a long history of abuse, the students may never recover.
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if you're flying soon, the faa is warning people not to use this galaxy note 7 on airplanes. a global recall was issued. >> it was surprising how quick the dash caught on fire.
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jeep after a labor day fire. >> a brand new device, something like a phone is going to burn down my car or house. >> he left it charging and went into side of his house. >> the fire was through the dash. >> local fire authorities and samsung is investigating the cause of the explosion. it follows 35 similar related fires around the world that samsung blames on batteries. they recalled all 2.5 million units. the faa's action doesn't ban them from airplanes but they advice passengers not to turn them on or charge them. >> it's bad press, they'll
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hit. >> they said it's working with him to investigate his case, regarding the jeep. all the other owners, the company is urging them to exchange their devices for new ones. time to check the forecast. i'm in for ashley, i'm steve gary. a few isolated storms to the south of lake roosevelt. and the radar scanned across the valley. you can see nothing coming up from the south into town here. and it's up in the high country and to the east. and it's working its way from the south to the north. mountain thunderstorms are possible and more afternoon thunderstorms coming up tomorrow and sunday and monday.
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tomorrow. today 104 and that's above average. tomorrow, starting to get below average. temperatures cool off with a touch more moisture out of the south. here's the futurecast. tomorrow, over the mountains to the east. and up towards the white mountains and pine top. own monday, just a subtle return of monsoon moisture with the mountains. overnight lows down to 49 and 55 in show low and 67 in stafford. and upper 70s for overnight lows and area forecast highs. sunday, 74 in flagstaff and 85 in sedona and mid 80s in prescott. and here in town, up to 104 tomorrow afternoon and overnight low 80. tomorrow, watch out for
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spill out from some of those mountains to the east and down south and also by the superstition mountains, you could get blowing dust. over all, cooler weather. upper 90s and then normal with mostly sunny skies by the end of the workweek. test, the sun devils are taking their test against texas tech. quarterback patch, he's the real deal. he had 6 touchdowns and last year, he was the fourth leading passer. they have to be out their best against one of the best offenses in the nation.
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tackle and he has a quick release and that he spread you all over the place. it will be a big challenge. >> wildcats and the quarterback is doubtful and his knee injury might keep him out for multiple games. and brandon makes his first career start. jake quick pass and chico is on his giddyup. and miles has a 7-yard touchdown run. number two, clemson was no walk in the park. trojans bring it and that's a handoff and off and running, a
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deshaun watson. tigers hold on. nau looking for their first win. that's an 18-yard touchdown. leather necks answer and mcguire finds him, a and they score, they lose, 34-20. >> it doesn't mean it's a cakewalk. jimmy can play the game of his life. >> and now matthew is back and he hasn't played since last december. big red wasn't the same when he was gone. the heart and soul of the defense returns to help lead the team to the super bowl.
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sunday night football. so, intensity is high. and so, just want to raise the energy of everyone around me. >> looking for nothing but big plays for him. taking it slow for him to see how he's acclimated. >> for the most part, happy to have him back. larry fitzgerald has the skill and will to catch 100 passes. he enters year 13 and chases the supew >> my first home game was against the patriots. and they couldn't give the seat away. and now the tickets, they're $250. so, lot has changed and it's great to be a part of that. >> not a good beginning to the home, d-backs against the giants. johnson leaves the game with a
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i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. donald trump: i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? and you can tell them to go f--- themselves! you know, you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever... you gotta see this guy. ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh. "i don't remember."
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paul babeu exposed in a damning home video. extreme discipline used on special needs kids at a boarding school he used to run. widespread cases of physical and sexual abuse. students were also stripped down and forced to wear nothing b a sheet. indisputable evidence that congressional candidate
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because they're hopeless. because they're hopeless. a long history of abuse, the students may never recover. dccc is responsible for the content of this advertising. just in, a deadly double shooting in sun city west. deputies confirm two people are dead. we're working to get more details. and we have a crew on the way to the area. you see that on your screen.
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mobile app. check this out, one lucky couple had a plane to themselves and they didn't have to charter a private jet. they've been traveling around the world and documenting it on their blog. but when they were in thailand, a special flight was waiting for them. they're flight was just going to be them. they even received special treatment when they landed and the ground crew and escort the them to baggage. >> do the worm. >> that's what he's doing. >> that's right. >> my wife flew after 9/11 and she said the plane was empty. she got on a flight. on monday ight chance of showers tomorrow and into monday.
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look at that. tomorrow is warm. >> thanks, we'll be right back here at 6:30 and more on that breaking news. see you then. brought to you by the law
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captioning sponsored by cbs >> ninan: the release of an attempted assassin. the the man who tried to kill president reagan is out of a mental hospital for good. officials say john hinckley jr. is not a danger. also tonight, the showdown over a bhil to allow the fami o september 11 victims to sue saudi arabia. team trump accuses hillary clinton of insulting their supporters. >> you could put half of trump pporters into what i call the basket of deplorables. >> ninan: and the seafood industry rocked by accusation of fish fraud. are consumers falling for a bait and fish?


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